HISTORY

The StoryLine Project launched the company in October 2000 with a reading series in Manhattan featuring six wonderful new plays, selected from over one hundred.

Out of the reading series came several projects, the first being prepped for a commercial production in New York City is Dearest Cousin, the story of Elizabeth the First of England and Mary, Queen of Scots - peerless enemies decreed by Fate.

Crazy Money was the second play to emerge from SLP's reading series. A finalist in Theater Resources Unlimited's 6th Annual TRU Voices Reading Series, the play was presented May 23rd 2004, directed by Robert Emmet Lunney.

The Other Side of Newark was the third play to emerge from SLP's reading series. Co-produced with partner Steve Marquard's Production Consultants, Inc. , the play, by Enid Rudd, had a workshop production in New York in June 2008. It is currently being considered by several regional theaters for production.

Room Service was The StoryLine Project's commercial debut. This classic screwball comedy was a hit on Broadway in 1937, then a Marx Brothers movie. The play opened at the SoHo Playhouse November 28th, 2006, after a run at The Peccadillo Theater. The play ran for nearly six months to critical acclaim. The hit was followed up by the original play, Love Child, in 2009 and SJP’s Broadway debut, Peter and the Starcatcher in 2012.

Cougar! is The Storyline Project's first musical. Time Magazine designated, 'Cougar' the top buzzword for 2007. Written and staring Donna Moore, the musical played at various cabaret locations in Manhattan and is now preparing for an off Broadway run.